Some of you may not have tired of pictures of snow.
So for you, above, here is your snow covered bridge.
Now, as for me, I have had enough of snow. I am ready for a holiday far away from the stuff. But, I've already had my holidays last summer in England ... which reminded me of the best bridge in Bath.
The Pulteney Bridge
view from the walkway of the Botanical Gardens
and with the city of Bath rising up the hills behind
with the weir in front
and the view of the weir from the bridge
and the sadly desecrated view from the other (north) side from the tourboat
Built in the 1700's by Robert Adam, it is one of only four bridges in the world lined with shops. Sadly it's original Venetian and Palladian design started its ruin within 20 years when shops were enlarged and windows cantilevered out over the River Avon with little regard to the elegance of the structure. Still, it's a magnificent bridge to behold.
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